The ezEMRx Certified EHR (ezEMRxPrivate 9.00) meets the certification criteria as a complete EHR. This complete EHR is 2014 edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB (ONC Authorized Certification Body) in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
The ezEMRx EHR is certified for the Data Portability criteria 170.314(b)(7) and can generate a set of export summaries for all patients. However, the ability to utilize the mass export functionality for Data Export is designed to work after hours & can only process records in multiple batches to ensure optimal system performance. Users can contact ezEMRx support at any time to request the export. It is usually provided within 24 hours of the request.
Price Transparency Statement
The additional costs that a provider could incur while implementing ezEMRxPrivate 9.00 to meet meaningful use objectives and measures include:
- EHR solution: The ezEMRx Certified EHR is offered as a web-based solution that includes hosting and subscription for a monthly fee; cost is per provider.
- RCM solution: The ezEMRx RCM solution includes RCM Services and the ezEMRx Certified EHR is a web-based solution that includes hosting and subscription for a monthly fee. This fee is a percentage of the total revenue collected by the practice. There could be additional monthly fees, per provider, for dictionary updates depending on the volume of revenue collected from this solution. This can vary from provider to provider.
Depending on the practice needs and solution, there may be costs for additional services (such as implementation services, system & business analysis services, training services, credentialing services, retainer fees, and conversion services).
The ezEMRx Certified EHR might require one-time costs to establish interfaces to electronically exchange clinical data to non-integrated interfaces. Interfaces which benefit several providers will NOT be charged. (170.314(b)(5)(a) – Incorporate laboratory tests & values/results, 170.314(a)(12) – Radiology Results)
While connecting to other HISPs that are part of Direct Trust, service fees might be incurred, per provider. This refers to criteria 170.314(b)(1) – Transitions of care – receive, display and incorporate transition of care/referral summaries & 170.314(b)(2) – Transitions of care – create and transmit transition of care/referral summaries.
The provider practice must sign an agreement with typically a year term that may vary depending on the needs of the practice. There could be additional agreements and associated fees that a practice might have to enter with third-party vendors (such as a merchant services - payment processing, clearinghouses, labs, appointment reminders services via voice, text and email) depending on the practice requirements.